LinguisticsLING 258G Advanced Psycholinguistics

Advanced topics in psycholinguistics and experimental linguistics. Contemporary memory models. Computational models of comprehension and production. Neurolinguistic findings and methodologies. Student work revolves around an extended research project in which students apply advanced analytical techniques. Graduate students have separate evaluation criteria. Three-credit version of LING 258. Does not require a final paper. Students cannot receive credit for this course and LING 258.


Prerequisite(s): LING 257. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.